See also:Nonconformist divine, was
See also:born in Norfolk and educated at Queens'
See also:College, Cambridge, where he was elected
See also:fellow in 1617 . He was
See also:vicar of St
See also:Stephen's, Coleman Street,
See also:London, from 1633 to 1645, when he was ejected byparliament for his attacks on Presbyterian-ism, especially in his Oeo,saxia (1644) . He thereupon established an
See also:congregation, and put his
See also:literary gifts at Oliver
See also:Cromwell's service . In 1648 he justified the proceedings of the army against the parliament ("
See also:Pride's Purge ") in a pamphlet Might and Right Well Met, and in 1649 defended the proceedings against
See also:Charles I . (to whom he had offered spiritual advice) in `T /3puiro&iKat . At the Restoration this
See also:tract, with some that Milton had written to
See also:Monk in favour of a republic, was publicly burnt, and
See also:Goodwin was ordered into custody, though finally indemnified . He died in ,665 . Among his other writings are
See also:Anti-Cavalierisme (1642), a
See also:translation of the Stratagemata Satanae of Giacomo
See also:Aconcio, the Elizabethan
See also:advocate of toleration, tracts against Fifth-
See also:Monarchy Men, Cromwell's "
See also:Triers " and
See also:Baptists, axed Redemption Redeemed, containing a thorough discussion of . . . election, reprobation and the perseverance of the
See also:saints (1651, reprinted 1840) . Goodwin's strongly Arminian tendencies brought him into conflict with Robert
See also:professor of divinity of
See also:Kendall, the Calvinist prebendary of Exeter, and
See also:Owen (q.v.), who replied to Redemption Redeemed in The
See also:Doctrine of the Saints' Perseverance, paying a high tribute to his opponent's learning and controversial skill . Goodwin answered all three in the Triumviri (1658) . John
See also:Wesley in later days held him in much esteem and published an abridged edition of his Imputatio fidei, a
See also:work on
See also:justification that had originally appeared in 1642 .
See also:Life by T .
See also:Jackson (London, 1839) .
NATHANIEL CARL GOODWIN (1857– )
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